Concept3D, a leader in bringing physical spaces into the digital world through 3D modeling, virtual reality (VR), interactive maps and immersive virtual tour software, today announced that the Palm Springs Convention Center has launched on the Concept3D interactive 3D map and virtual tour platform.
The Concept3D platform brings the entire 245,000 sq ft (22,800 m2) of the Palm Springs Convention Center’s meeting and event space – including the integrated 410-room Renaissance Hotel – into a richly detailed and navigable digital format. The interactive map makes it easy for meeting and event planners to explore the space, from the sizable exhibit halls to unique outdoor spaces, as well as to get a feel for nearby attractions and amenities, and a listing of 14 hotels is included on the map as a benefit for both planners and guests.
After exploring the space, the map also includes a button so meeting and event planners can easily request a proposal, and the platform offers built-in virtual tour capabilities and the ability to add 360-degree pano images, dropping map visitors right into a specific location. “We’re proud to welcome the Palm Springs Convention Center to the Concept3D family and to see how this unique event space has come to life online,” said Chris Munz, Concept3D VP of Business Development. “The Palm Springs Convention Center team has done an excellent job using the Concept3D platform as a resource for meeting and event planners and also a great tool for guests who want to explore the area before they arrive and during their visit.”
“The Concept3D platform is a great resource and surpassed our goals of profiling our meeting and event spaces and making it fun and easy to plan an event,” said Rick Leson, Regional Director of Sales and Marketing, Palm Springs Convention Center. “We’re very excited about the new 3D interactive map and know that it will help our sales and marketing teams.”
Explore the Palm Springs Convention Center map: http://www.palmspringscc.com/
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